FOUR Thomasians landed in the top 10 of the November 2018 licensure examinations for interior designers.

Bettina Louise Tiongco led the newest batch of Thomasian interior designers, after landing in the seventh spot with an 84.85-percent score.

Anna Kristiniel Obnial and Sonja Brianna Quintela grabbed the eighth place, after both recorded identical scores of 84.80 percent.

Mary Judith Verdejo recorded an 84.50-percent score, securing the 10th spot.

The University’s passing rate jumped to 66.67 percent, or 82 out of 123 examinees, from last year’s 24.74 percent, or 24 out of 97 examinees making the cut.

Kirk Cedrick Moaje of the De La Salle College of Saint Benilde led the fresh batch of interior designers, posting an 86.85-percent score.

The University of the Philippines – Diliman was named the lone top-performing school after registering a 91.30-percent passing rate, or 21 out of 23 examinees.

The national passing rate doubled to 55.53 percent, or 251 out of 452 examinees, from last year’s 23.89 percent or 113 out of 473 takers.


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